Re: Copyright 1900 letter excerpts
Nov 27, 1996 01:29 PM
by Patrick Alessandra Jr.
> Wrong. Claiming "source protection" - what is that supposed to mean?
> the copyright belongs to the author or his heirs or the public domain.
> You can claim NOTHING with regard to it.
Once again, the manner in which the letter is found or received
determines copyright procedure. In this context the actions taken are
concordant with law.
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